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US Justice department gives license to kill to US army:Munawar Hassan

Syed Munawar HassanLahore: Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Syed Munawar Hasan, has
said that the US Justice department’s decision allowing the US army the license to kill any body was a serious threat to the world peace.

In a statement here on Thursday, he said that in fact the Muslims alone were the US target because the US wanted to impose its World Order by force but the Muslims believing in One God were the only obstruction in its way. Strongly condemning the fresh drone attacks in North Waziristan, Syed Munawar Hasan said this was the savagery of the US which claimed to be the most civilized and humanitarian state.

He said, the US had been continuously trampling upon Pakistan’s solidarity and integrity but the cowardly Pakistani rulers, lacking any sense of national honour and dignity, were criminally silent. The US drones were openly violating international laws and killing innocent men, women and children. The rulers had not only shut their eyes to these attacks but were also assuring Washington of their support. The White House had given license to the US army and agencies to kill any one in the world but only the Muslims and Pakistanis were their target.

The JI Ameer said it was an irony that on one hand, Pakistan had been the victim of terrorism and a series of crises for joining the so called war against terror, while on the other hand, Washington was expressing its distrust in it, despite its huge sacrifices in the war, and threatening it of serious consequences. He said that in the eyes of the US, only the Muslims were the terrorists and it did not find the traits of terrorism in the Jews, Christians Hindus or other religions.

Syed Munawar Hasan pointed out that as many as 45, 000 Pakistanis had been killed in the so called war on terror, while the financial loss ran into trillions. Due to this, the country was suffering from price hike, energy crisis and lawlessness. However, if some one raised a voice against the US policies, it was immediately condemned as terrorist.

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